Daily Archives: November 15, 2007

A light moment during an intense discussion

During the intense schedule at the fall general meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops each November, not every interesting exchange makes it into our stories. But there was a moment during the debate on the bishops’ “Faithful Citizenship” … Continue reading

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‘Archbishop Flynn responds to letter writer on abuse’

Two weeks ago we posted an item here linking to Archbishop Harry J. Flynn’s commentary on an Associated Press national study on child sex abuse in public schools. This week his archdiocesan newspaper, The Catholic Spirit in St. Paul, Minn., … Continue reading

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Bioethical issues examined by National Catholic Reporter

In this week’s National Catholic Reporter, John Allen takes a comprehensive look at some of the bioethical issues facing the church today. One of those issues is organ transplants and the related issue of when death actually occurs for the … Continue reading

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